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Connecticut-School-Shooting (Will update)
It could be "several months" before Connecticut State Police finish the investigation into the mass shooting in Newtown.
US-Midwest-Blizzard (Updates likely)
People traveling early for Christmas in the center of the country will be dashing through the snow and the rain and the wind. The first major storm of the season has prompted the National Weather Service to issue a blizzard warning for a huge swath of the Midwest stretching from eastern Colorado to Wisconsin's Lake Michigan shoreline.
The United Nations has launched humanitarian plans worth $1.5 billion to help ease the suffering of millions of Syrians both inside and outside the country. More than 525,000 Syrians have already crossed into neighboring countries, the United Nations announced Wednesday, and it estimated that more than a million will flee in the next six months.
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Yemen's armed forces have a new look after a series of decrees from President Abdu Rabu Mansour Hadi forced major changes to both the military's leadership and structure on Wednesday.
Conservative candidate Park Geun-hye claimed victory Wednesday in South Korea's presidential election, a result that will make her the country's first woman president.
Park Geun-hye lived up to her nickname as the "Queen of Elections" after winning the race Wednesday to become South Korea's first female president. At age 60, she'll return to the presidential residence where she spent her formative years as the daughter of onetime dictator Park Chung-hee.
U.S. officials have deported a woman believed to be the daughter of Mexico's most wanted drug lord after she pleaded guilty to possession of a false visa.
More than three months after the attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya, not a single person has been charged in connection with the assault. Most, if not all, of those questioned in Libya since the attack have been released.
An inquiry into a decision by a BBC show to drop an investigation into sexual abuse claims against late BBC presenter Jimmy Savile said Wednesday that it found no evidence of a cover-up, but it was heavily critical of senior managers.
Iraqi President Jalal Talabani will travel to Germany for medical treatment, Kurdish lawmaker Mahmoud Othman said Wednesday. Talabani is in stable condition, his office said.